Cheap Eats

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - MALACCA & SURROUNDS -

Hawker Cen­dol Le­man Dawi Km 11 Sg. Gadut, Serem­ban (017 699 2995).

Lo­cated by the Serem­ban-Tampin road, this is the per­fect place for you to quench your thirst with the taste of Le­man Dawi’s cen­dol. Cus­tomers flock to the stall to slurp up this sweet and re­fresh­ing con­coc­tion and to chat with the gre­gar­i­ous Mr Le­man Dawi. It’s not the best out there, but you can have as much as you want as there are free re­fills. You can also en­joy a re­fresh­ing bar­ley drink for free.

Ha­lal. Child-friendly. Free park­ing. $

Ko­pi­tiam Haji Shar­iff Cen­dol 44 Jalan Yam Tuan, Serem­ban (016 612 8505).

With more than 70 years in the business, Haji Shar­iff and its iconic green build­ing is one of the best places in Serem­ban to have a bowl of re­fresh­ingly sweet cen­dol. Here, your choices are not limited as there are sev­eral types of cen­dol and ABC, in­clud­ing the yummy cen­dol pu­lut. What’s more, the menu also in­cludes a tasty ro­jak. The cen­dol here comes served in metal bowls to en­sure that it re­mains cold. Trust us, it tastes bet­ter this way.


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